Would you like to try inhaled insulin?
Yes, I can't wait
Not sure, I want to see more long term studies
No, I'm worried about lung problems
I don't use insulin
Total votes: 434
Would you like to try inhaled insulin?Poll dates: July 17 - 24, 2005
Total Votes: 417
Several companies are developing inhaled insulin. In use, inhaled insulin replaces fast-acting insulins such as NovoLog, Apidra, or Humalog to cover carbohydrates eaten at meals.
Many studies have been conducted on inhaled insulin, and in general the study participants felt positively about the product. About one-quarter of CWD visitors are excited at the chance to try inhaled insulin, while just over half want to see more long term studies. Fifteen percent are worried about long term lung damage and are not interested.
We'll report on the progress of inhaled insulin through the FDA approval process as news is released, and on studies about inhaled insulin.
Last Updated: Sunday July 24, 2005 14:14:54
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